Called to the Bar - 2005
Admitted as a Legal Practitioner - 2002
Mr Kulevski has an extensive appellate and general commercial practice. He has appeared in the High Court of Australia in over 50 appeals, special leave applications and original jurisdiction matters, and numerous times in intermediate appellate courts throughout Australia, both led and unled. His appearances in the High Court have been across a range of practice areas including constitutional, commercial, equity, corporations & insolvency, insurance, administrative, crime, private international law, competition law, real and personal property, tort, family, environment & planning, electoral law, and defamation. His trial and advice work, including applications for urgent interlocutory relief, has been equally comprehensive – some of his most recent work includes acting for Paul Hogan and John Cornell in their disputes with the Australian Crime Commission and Australian Taxation Office, successfully resisting prosecution; acting for the liquidators of Lehman Australia, including in the pursuit and receipt of insurance monies in New York; acting for Jim Selim in his proceedings against the Therapeutic Goods Administration for the shutdown of Pan Pharmaceuticals resulting in a $55m judgment; acting for Mrs Gina Rinehart in a trust dispute with some of her children; acting for Channel 7 in its dispute with the Australian Taxation Office concerning the payment of royalty withholding tax in respect of its Olympics broadcasts; acting for Westpac Banking Corporation in its recovery of monies taken from its customers’ accounts by fraud; and acting for an Indonesian company challenging the power of Australian courts to make freezing orders over Australian assets in support of foreign proceedings.
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Core Practice Areas
- Corporations and Insolvency
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